Point Brugge Café
Organic fare is usually synonymous with such towns as LA, New York and DC, but you were probably unaware that Pittsburgh has an excellent organic food scene all its own.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a bar that doesn’t have a Terrible Towel proudly on display, offering game-day drink specials, or a TV blaring at game time. In fact, if you’re out on game night and not watching the Steelers play, it’s basically blasphemy. If you’re new to the city, or visiting and don’t fully understand the black and gold pride, grab a drink without getting caught in the middle of a fight at the closest thing to anti-football bars this city offers. Granted, in Pittsburgh you may not be able to escape watching the game, but at least you won’t have someone chanting “Here we go, Steelers!” in your face.
Looking for or somewhere to eat on Thanksgiving or just craving a home-cooked meal? Pittsburgh has some great restaurants that offer just that!
One of the best things about Pittsburgh is the abundance of unique neighborhoods around the city – each with its own individual flavor and distinctive vibe. You can really tell a lot about a community by the folks gathered at the local watering hole.